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Try going to a dinner party without someone chatting about something hot, new, or interesting in wellness. Impossible!

More and more people are as curious about (or obsessed with, in our case) the next workout, the newest health-boosting superfood, or cool healthy experiences as we are.

So we’ve tapped the wellness luminaries at the forefront of them for our new Talking Wellness Trends video series, shot at the super-healthy EVEN Hotels. Watch them for all the exciting things happening on the wellness scene right now.

Meet Alexandra Wilkis Wilson, founder of the on-demand beauty service Glamsquad, which helps busy women get their blowouts, makeup touch-ups, and more without ever leaving the house. Here, she explains why apps and at-home services are changing the way busy women get ready.

Watch the video above, and then catch our other expert videos:

• Trainer-to-the-stars Anna Kaiser breaks down how to know when you need cardio versus strength training in your fitness regimen.

• The four hottest superfoods to try right now, according to Zach Adelman, the founder of smoothie-loving company Navitas Naturals.

Nightline news anchor Dan Harris discusses “the PR problem” that prevents people from meditating.

• And Tess Roering, of Core Power Yoga, the country’s largest yoga brand, talks about the effects of Instagram on yoga.